‘ELEANOR’ SHELBY GT500 MUSTANG GT DRIVING EXPERIENCE

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The Shelby GT500 is bred for the drag strip and the track, and is the meanest factory Mustang to ever roll off Ford’s assembly line. The name Shelby conjures up the Le Mans victory back in 1966 and this modern version follows the same formula of stuffing a huge engine into a modest body –  a supercharged V8 with over 500bhp and 0-60 time of 3.5 seconds..

This legendary muscle car pays tribute to the mustang known as ‘Eleanor’ featured in ‘Gone in Sixty Seconds’ arguably one of the most recognisable getaway cars of all time. You now get to experience the drive in this monster yourself around the circuit, whilst trying to handle even more power in this evolved version. Does the hype live upto the cinematic icon?

This exclusive experience is only bookable direct with Drift Limits,
using Drift Limits Gift Vouchers or if you’re a Driver Club member.

Booking Direct with us gives you more laps on the track to feel the car, learn it’s character and push it (and yourself) harder.
If you have a voucher from one of our partners, please visit here.
You cannot redeem vouchers from third party companies for any GT experience.

  • 30 Minute Introductory Briefing: Covering racing lines, throttle/braking technique and track day safety etiquette.
  • 4 x Sighting Laps including 1 high speed passenger lap in a track prepared sports car.
  • 10 x Driving laps in the ‘Eleanor’ Mustang with 1:1 tuition from our motorsport instruction team – More than you get with a Thrill, but for the same price!
  • Take part in the optional ‘Racing Line Trophy Challenge’ on the last 2 laps where you will be assessed on accuracy of the racing line, driver control and steering input to demonstrate the perfect track lap
  • Use your discount code from Driver Club to book this experience.
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  • Not bookable using vouchers from third parties.

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